- What constitutes discrimination
- How to prevent direct or indirect discrimination
- How to prevent discrimination by association or perception
- How to deal with harassment and victimisation
- How to recognise protected characteristics which must not form the basis of how we treat each other
Who would benefit
Suitable for employees at all levels, a useful induction and reminder that workforce diversity is not just a legislative requirement – it’s good for business, too. It promotes equality of opportunity for all, meaning that everyone has the chance to reach their full potential and attend a workplace without fear of discrimination or prejudice.
Certification and assessment
Knowledge will also be tested by a series of questions after each module. A pass mark of 75% is needed to complete the course.